The purpose of this audiobook is to guide an expectant mother into the world of growing a baby inside of her body.
The mysterious feelings and body changes will be explained for every month that you are pregnant, up until you deliver you new precious baby. From one mother to another, gain all the inherent wisdom from having a baby, even the glories of being pregnant. There will be good times and bad times but be equipped to handle each and every turn.
This audiobook is going to help you with a lot of things, including but not limited to:
- Giving tips for expecting mothers, from one mom to another
- Understanding the changes that are actually happening inside you - both to you and your baby
- Understanding why you’re feeling the way you’re feeling
- Finding satisfaction throughout the course of your pregnancy, such as with food
- Getting comfortable at night
- Sorting things out with doctors and caregivers
- Setting up a birth plan
- Getting properly prepared to deliver your baby
- Choosing where to deliver your baby
- Exercising safely
- What to avoid and what to not avoid
- Tips for having sex even while pregnant
- Building support systems
- And much, much more!
If you ever feel alone in the process of pregnancy, know that you aren’t. This guide is your friend and a critical resource. There are few (if any) audiobooks on the market that will help you feel as prepared for the pregnancy that you’re going into or help you understand the changes that are occurring within you as much as this audiobook will. So why waste your time looking? Pregnancy is critical and demanding. Know what you’re getting into and, more importantly, know how to deal with it.
Download this guide, and get all of the insight that you need for the challenging months to come.
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- Namy JM
a judgemental book
backed by zero evidence. judgy and preachy. the whole first few minutes dedicated to a disclaimer should already raise red flags!
everytime she doesn't know sth: "just ask your doctor." how about you do some research or better yet, give me a card that says "go ask your doctor".
i was so hurt reading this. this is the typical scenario of people telling you what to do with your body but hey, they dont take any responsibility if anything goes wrong and this is endorsed by the publishers association!